Bio-engineers work in labs for large global companies or universities who bring together experts from all over the world. Bioengineering projects and research papers need to be made accessible; innovative discoveries must be communicated to global audiences and international collaborations must be facilitated.
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Bioengineers or Biological Engineers as they are sometimes known, work to apply the methods of engineering to solve problems relating to the life sciences which affect the living standards of society. They endeavour to mimic biological systems in order to create products or modify existing processes. One important application is the analysis and discovery cost-effective methods to combat problems relating to human health. They also work on designing medical devices and diagnostic equipment. A very broad field, bioengineering can also include biotechnology; ecological and agricultural engineering, which includes applications like the creation of biocompatible materials and the hunt for renewable bioenergy.
Biological Systems Engineering
Medical Imaging Systems
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